26 Things You Can Do With A Crock Pot - GOODEness Gracious 26 Things You Can Do With A Crock Pot The Crock Pot Exchange‘s recent Crock Pot Party and now all the Facebook chatter over the Crock Pot Girls, I got to ponderin’ about all the wonderful things one could do with a crock pot. I heart my crock pots. I mean what is not to love? They do all the work, clean up in a snap and have a very versatile range of awesomeness they can create, it doesn’t heat up my kitchen during the summer and it makes warm and toasty food for the soul in the winter. I have 3 that I use regularly… And my favorites are my programmable Smart Pots … admittedly partially because I just like saying smart pot (NOTE: I know some folks say they have trouble with them cookin’ hot, but both of my smart pots work just fine.) Anyhoo… with all this crock talk and fall a comin’ on, I decided to take pen to paper (and pin to Pinterest) to come up with a list of all the fantastic things you can do with the wonderful magical crock pot. 26 Things You Can Do With A Crock Pot Line them.
All Kinds of Yumm: Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole Let's do this! I'm going to walk us through step-by-step to show you just how easy this really is. Ingredients: 1 bag 26 oz. frozen hash brownsSince Tim doesn't eat white potatoes, I peeled and shredded about 8 red potatoes, but I'll be the first to tell you it's not as tasty.12 eggs1 cup milk1 tablespoon ground mustard1 16 oz. roll sausageI've used the maple sausage, and I really liked. This time I just used regular.Salt and pepper16 oz. bag shredded cheddar cheese Directions: Spray crock pot and evenly spread hash browns at the bottom. Crack 12 eggs in a large bowl. Mix well (and slowly) using a whisk. Go ahead and sprinkle in the ground mustard. ...and lots of fresh pepper. Cook the sausage on high heat, drain and set aside. Add sausage on top of hash browns. Is this enough cheese? Mix it up well. Pour the egg mixture over everything in the crock pot. Turn the crock pot on low for 6-8 hours. Oh, my. What do we have here? Some fun variations of this recipe. Love and the crock pot,
Crock Pot Baked Potatoes Today I am sharing a secret with all of you that I just recently discovered. I wish I had learned about this a long time ago, or at least at the beginning of the summer. So here is the secret – you can make baked potatoes in a crock pot! I know, isn’t that cool. It is so simple to do. The beauty of this is you can have baked potatoes without heating up your oven and your house, this is perfect for summertime. Crock Pot Baked Potatoes potatoes (I used russets) Wash your potatoes well and let them dry. Adapted from Skip to my Lou.
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Jamie Cooks It Up!: Turkey Breast of Wonder (Crock Pot) So, I realize. Dear reader. That the month is May, Mexican food is on sale at the grocery store, people are worrying about purchasing a gift for dear old Mom, and the bees? Well, they are buzzing in the trees, you know. And here I am sharing a recipe for turkey, with out a pilgrim hat in sight! It may seem a bit misplaced, my friends. There is a great little Bakery/Sandwich joint down the street from my house (Kneaders, is the name) that makes the best sandwiches and salads with heavenly turkey that isn’t processed and sliced. Turkey Breast of Wonder Time: 5 min. prep + 8-9 hours cooking Yield: 12 servings Recipe from my lovely sister Jen Willahan ***NOTE: Make sure you buy a turkey breast small enough to fit in your crock pot 1 (5-6 pound) turkey breast 1/2 C orange juice (you could also substitute chicken broth) 1 (14 ounce) can whole cranberry sauce 1 (1 ounce) package Lipton Onion Soup Mix salt and pepper 1. 2. 2. Add one can whole berry Cranberry sauce and one package Lipton Onion Soup mix. 3.
Spicy Hot Chocolate Donuts Alright, so my turkey turned out pretty good. It did. But honestly, it wasn’t great, and that made me a little sad. Why would they be? I brined the turkey using PW’s favorite turkey brine, but I have to be 100% honest and tell you that it didn’t do a whole lot for our turkey.Well, the turkey was juicy, yes, but it didn’t seem to pull any of the flavors from the brine, which was disappointing. Anyway, though, our Thanksgiving was wonderful, and dinner was delicious! I had decided a few nights before the big day, though, that I wanted to do something fun for breakfast too. Um, can you say yum?! The hubster got me this adorable mini donut pan a few weeks ago. , but there are a few otheroptions to choose from. I have to admit, though, that these were more time consuming than most of the treats I tend to make. Combine the spices, salt, baking powder, sugar, flour, and cocoa. To get the batter neatly in the donut pan, I used a piping bag. Bake the donuts at 425 degrees for four to six minutes.
Easy Pulled Pork Recipe The lazy days of summer are almost here and as the temperature climbs, my willingness to slave in a hot kitchen diminishes. This easy 3-Ingredient Pulled Pork can be thrown together in a slow cooker without much effort and without heating up your house. Spend the day at the pool and come back to delicious, fall apart in your mouth pork. Get your notepad ready for the ingredient list. Think you can handle it? Pork tenderloin, root beer, and your favorite barbecue sauce. Now you could use a pork shoulder or butt here but I prefer the healthier and leaner pork tenderloin because it makes shredding so much easier because there’s no need to meticulously separate the meat from the fat. The root beer acts as a tenderizer and after soaking in it all day, the pork practically melts in your mouth. Serve warm on top of hamburger buns with some corn on the cob and a salad. Looking More Pork Recipes? Try these delish pork dishes, too!
breakfast Archives - Get Crocked Slow Cooker Gluten-Free Granola Pin It Granola is so versatile, healthy, and hearty! I like using this granola over plain yogurt, as a cereal, or even a late-night snack. Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole with Fresh Potatoes Pin It You may have made breakfast casserole in a slow cooker before but I love this recipe more than most because I’ve incorporated fresh potatoes rather than… Read More » Homemade Holiday Gift: Slow Cooker Granola (Free Printable) Pin It Sometimes a homemade thank you and a thoughtful gesture is all that someone needs to know they are appreciated. Slow Cooker Paleo Hash Brown Casserole Pin It Everyone loves a hearty and healthy breakfast to start their day. Slow Cooker Bacon and Spinach Quiche Pin It Turn plain old bacon and eggs upside down! Slow Cooker “Gluten Free” Hot Cocoa Oatmeal Pin It Breakfast of champions? Slow Cooker Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Crock Pot Chicken | Sloppy Jo's Wow…nothing could be easier. This was my first attempt at cooking a whole chicken in a crock pot. I put it in this morning at 9:00 am and at 5:00 pm it was ready. In fact it all fell off the bone and was so tender and juicy. There was loads of juice that made tons of gravy! First combine spices in a bowl for the rub. 3 tsp salt2 tsp paprika1 tsp cayenne pepper1 tsp onion powder1 tsp thyme1/2 tsp garlic powder1/2 tsp black pepper Clean your chicken and remove giblets and neck. Slow cook on low for about 8 hrs. Serve with your choice of vegetables and mashed potatoes. Like this: Like Loading...
Breakfast Potato Bites To Go Even though the school year is coming to a close I’m still looking for shortcuts in the morning. That’s when I decided to make one of my kids favorite breakfasts, potatoes, eggs and cheese in a mini muffin tin. Usually this breakfast is saved for the weekend because even with store bought shredded potatoes it still takes at least 20 minutes to make which doesn’t cut it for hurried weekday mornings. Now with a tiny bit of planning ahead (making it the day before), I can freeze these little potato nuggets and pop them in the microwave or roster oven for a quick breakfast even on the go. Keep reading for the full recipe… nggallery id=’120797′ Breakfast Potato Bites To Go Recipe 1 package of pre shredded potatoes (I used simply potatoes found next to the eggs in the grocery store) 3 eggs, beaten 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese 1/4 finely chopped onion (optional) 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder salt and pepper to taste Read more great recipes from Macki on Cooking With My Kid! More on Family Kitchen: